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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Nasrulla Mirxa, grandson of Nadir Shah,

ii. 386-387
Naus, M., ii. 483
Nautaka, i. 289
Naxos, i. 201, 203
Naeir   Mohamcd  (Uzbeg   monarch),  ii.

300
Nearchus, i. 27 ; voyage of, 45-47, 149,

*95 298, 39
Nebuchadnezzar I., King of Assyria, i. 83,

*33 *34 *35 *6 *6*5 ii. 3
Necho II., King of Egypt, i. 134, 135
Nectanebo, i. 245, 247, 248
Nefud (desert), i. 533
Negritos, aborigines of Susian  plain,  i,

54-55

Nehemiah, i. 351

Nejd, ii. 1-2

Nephorites, King of Egypt, i. 244

Nero, Emperor, i. 406, 407, 408

Nerva, Emperor, i. 410

Nestorius, the Patriarch, i. 475

Newell, G., ii, 478 footnote

Nicaea, Council of, i. 465, 475 ; captured
by Crusaders, ii. 116 ; 209

Nicaia (the modern Kabul), i. 289, 293

Nicanor, satrap of Media, 1.311

Nicholas, Tsar, ii. 417, 422

Nicholson, R. A., i. 482 footnote; ii. x
footnote$ 24

Nicobar Islands, ii. 76

Nicopolis, ii. 209

Nidintu-Bel, i. 171, \%$ footnote

Niebuhr, Barthold G., i. 512

NirTer, i, 400

Niger, Pescinniua, i. 414, 415

" Night of Clangour, the," i. 537, 539

Nile, River, i. 40, 47, 51, 168, 206, 229,
245, 306

Nhnrod, i. 85

Nineveh, i. 55, 61, 86, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95,
96,99,124,128 $ first siege by Cyaxares,
1305 second siege and fall, 131-1325
*33 *34 175, 374> 5*6, 544

Ningirsu, god of Lagash, i. 73

Ninmar, goddess, i. 70

Ninni, goddess, i. 71

Nippur, i. 70, 74

Nisa (or Nasa), i. 101; ii. 99, 153, 154,
156

Nisaean horses, i. 121, 299, 540

Nisaya, i. 101

Nishapur, city of, i. xoi, 329, 436, 460,
486; ii. 32, 48, 5* *4> 83, 89, 91, 99,
100; observatory at, 1055 126, 137,
139, 140, 141, 142, 1525 destruction
by Mongols, 155-156 ; 178, 184, 211,
258 j captured by Nadir Kuli, 341

Nisibis, i, 368, 412, 414, 415, 417, 431,
442, 446, 447, 448, 451; restored to
Shapur, 457'458 5 460, 467, 475, 476,
479,480,494,517

Nizami of Ganja (poet), ii. 140 ; 141
Nizami al-Arudi, poet, i. 5085 ii. 131-
account of Omar Khayyam, 1375 author
of the Chakar Makala^ 140 5 227 foot-
note
Nizam-ul-Mulk, i. 487 5 ii. 103, 104,105 5
downfall of, 106-1075 109, m, u2y
119; Siiisat-Nama, written by, 136;
Omar Khayyam and, 137; Al-Ghazali
and, 139
Nizar, Fatimite Prince, ii, 109, 172
No Deh River, i. 284
Noh I,, or Noah, ii. 90
Noh II., reign of, ii. 90-915 133
NOldeke, Professor Th,, i. 176, 228/00*.
note, 427 footnote, 506, 521 ; ii. 37
Nomads, the, i. 359 j victories over
Parthians, 360-361
Noman (Arab Prince), i, 521, 522, 542
Norman mercenaries, ii. 104
Noruz, Mongol general, ii. 188, 195
Noshirwan the Just, King, i. 479, 480,
485 footnote 5 reign of, 486-499; birth
and accession, 486 ; pence with Rome,
487 j sack of Antioch, 488 $ campaigns
in Lazica, 489-491 ; second peace with
Rome, 491 ; subjugation of the White
Huns, 492 j Arabian campaign, 493 ;
Turkish campaign, 494 ; third war with
Rome, 494-495 ; position of Christians
under, 495-496 ; character and achieve-
menta, 496-499 ; 5005 land tax, 50x5
improvements in irrigation, 501-502;
his army, 5045 his palace, 509-5105
515,516,5285 ii. 8, 36,54, 348,479
Nott, General, ii. 436
Nozar, Prince, i. 144
Nubia, i. 168
Nuchens, the, ii. 121, 122, 147
Nur-u-Din, Sayyid; shrine at Mahun, ii.
238
Nushishad, Christian son of Noshirwan, i.
495
Nysa, alleged foundation by Bacchus, i.
290
Cannes, legend of, i. 64-65
Obayd-Ulla, Uzbeg monarch, ii. 243
Obaydulla, governor of Kufa, ii. 41, 42,
43
""Obolla, i. 532 j capture of, 540
"* Ocatz, fair at, ii. 9
Ochus, Prince, afterwards Artaxerxes III.,
q.v.
Ochua, Prince, afterwards Darius II., q.v.
Octavia, i. 385
Octavius, i, 378
Odenathus   of  Palmyra j   contest   with
Shapur I., i. 434-435
0'Donovan, E., i. 29 ; ii. 458 footnote, 464
Odzayb, i. 536
Ogotay, Khakan, son of Chengiz Khan,